Florida Division of Agent and Agency Services Schedules Two Insurance License-Related Rule Hearings On March 16

Feb 22, 2010

The Florida Division of Agent and Agency Services (“Division) has scheduled two proposed Rule Hearings on March 16 relating to insurance licensing issues.


Agent and Adjuster Licensing Penalties

The first hearing, which begins at 9 a.m. at the Florida Department of Financial Services in Tallahassee, relates to regulations involving the suspension and revocation of licenses of adjusters, insurance agents, customer representatives and service representatives.  Proposed amendments to the following Rules will be considered:

69B-231.030: Definitions
69B-231.080: Penalties for Violation of Section 626.611
69B-231.100: Penalties for Violation of Subsection 626.9541(1)
69B-231.110: Penalties for Violation of Other Specific Provisions of the Florida Insurance Code
69B-231.160: Aggravating/Mitigating Factors

To view the meeting notice and complete text of these proposed Rules, click here.


Certified Adjusters Would be Exempt From Certain Licensing Exam Requirements

At 9:30 a.m. on March 16, the Division will review 69B-211.320: Curriculum Standards for Special Designation, which establishes curriculum standards for designations identified by Section 626.221(2)(k), F.S. that exempts a  license applicant from the requirement of an examination.  The proposed Rule amendment would conform the current Rule to the existing statute by including the designation of “Certified Adjuster (CA)” from the ALL LINES Training to the list of designations for which curriculum standards are established.

To view the meeting notice and complete text of this proposed Rule, click here.



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